Friday, July 7, 2000, Chandigarh, India

Farooq AbdullahFarooq under pressure to pull out of NDA
JAMMU, July 6 — The Chief Minister, Dr Farooq Abdullah, is said to be under pressure from hawks in the National Conference to pull out of the NDA Government.

Vows to continue fight
NEW DELHI, July 6 — Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah has said that rejection of the autonomy resolution by the Union Cabinet could lead to alienation growing among the people of the state and vowed to continue the fight on the issue.

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Three Lashkar militants shot dead
SRINAGAR, July 6 — Two Indo-Tibetan Border Police personnel and a policeman were injured when militants fired more than six grenades at an itbp camp and engaged the police in a shootout at two separate places in the Kashmir valley since last evening.

Drift in Indo-Pak ties inevitable
Musharraf rules out fresh initiatives
NEW DELHI, July 6 — A drift in the Indo-Pak relations appears inevitable with Pakistan’s Chief Executiv any fresh ine Gen Pervez Musharraf ruling outitiatives from his side for resuming the stalled dialogue between the two countries.

Gen Pervez Musharraf Poor look to Musharraf for help
ISLAMABAD, July 6 — The rich have got richer and the poor poorer. The minority middle class is fast vanishing. There is no relief for the common man on the streets of Pakistan.

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Tigers’ death to be probed
NEW DELHI, July 6 — The Centre today set up an experts team to investigate into the mysterious death of eleven Royal Bengal tigers at Nandankanan Biological Park in Bhubaneswar since Tuesday.

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Sukh Ram demonstrates strength
MANDI, July 6 — The delegate session convened by Mr Sukh Ram here today to mark the foundation day of the Himachal Vikas Congress turned out to be an impressive rally with partymen from all over the state converging on this historic town in strength to express solidarity with the veteran leader.

Leaders of the HVC including state president Mr Inder Singh and PWD Minister and HVC(M) patron, Mr Mohinder Singh, at the fourth foundation day celebration at Poanta Sahib on Thursday.—Photo by Dalbir Sukhowalia Leaders of the HVC t the fourth foundation day celebration at Poanta Sahib on Thursday.

Mohinder Singh holds mammoth show
POANTA SAHIB, July 6 — The PWD Minister and HVC(M) patron, Mr Mohinder Singh, demonstrated his strength in this holy town today where hundreds of his supporters from various parts of the state participated in the fourth foundation day of the party.

Speight men cut off power supply
SUVA, July 6  — Supporters of Fiji coup leader George Speight put the country’s main power station out of action today, plunging the capital Suva into total darkness.


Now mill owners smuggling wheat
BATHINDA, July 6 — After the traders, now flour mill owners have started smuggling wheat from Punjab to other states of the country.

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